Taxpayers in the North Butler School District will go to the polls in a week (Sept. 14) to vote on a $19.3 million bond issue.
First-year Superintendent Mark Olmstead says, if passed, money from the bond would be used for much needed, overdue upgrades to classroom facilities in the district.
Olmstead says passing the bond will also help pay for improvements to athletic facilities at the high school in Greene. He adds it would also pay for upgrades to mechanical and electrical systems.
A community meeting for public discussion and information on the bond referendum starts at 6 p.m. tonight (09.07) in the North Butler High School/Middle School in Greene.
The special election vote on the bond is set for September 14th.